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Peter Cottontail can continue hopping down the Bunny Trail, but trying to sell him -- or even give him away -- along a Louisiana roadside could get you jail time if a bill proposed by Rep. Dodie Horton , R-Haughton, becomes law. Rep. Horton's House Bill 214 would make it illegal to "sell, offer for sale, deliver, barter, auction, give away, or transfer any domestic rabbit on the shoulder or roadside of any state, local, or interstate highway or at any festival in this state." Comment?
Roz, a young female rabbit, was rescued last Thanksgiving after her former owner bought her at a roadside sale and tried to starve her to death. Lou Ann Holley, who now cares for Roz at her shelter in Haughton, La., hopes a bill before the state legislature would curb mistreatment of rabbits through a ban on roadside sales. Comment?
Teams around the state continue their quest to reach the Superdome, as the second week of the playoffs unfold Friday. The Non-Select teams will be playing their quarterfinals rounds, while Select teams are one step from the Dome in the semifinals. Comment?
Last time in playoffs/results: Destrehan made it to the quarterfinals last season; Terrebonne lost in the first round in 2013. Last time in playoffs/results: Ponchatoula made it to the quarterfinals last season; Comeaux lost in the first round in 2013. Comment?
Narcisse's St. James team made the Class 3A playoff but Narcisse won't be playing as he is recovering from a knee injury. Narcisse lead his team to the Class 3A championship game last season. Comment?
Haughton features one of the more under-discussed 2017 prospects in Josh Lister and he'll be matched up against some o the state's top db's in Bailey and Campbell. This matchup features two of the state's top running backs in Brumfield and Pooka Williams who is coming off of a 335-yard performance. Comment?
The owners and four officials of a company that abandoned 7,800 tons of potentially explosive artillery propellant in northwest Louisiana pleaded not guilty to federal charges Monday . The trial date for the Explo Systems Inc. owners and executives will be set at a status conference scheduled Dec. 13, KSLA-TV reported . Comment?
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